Celebrate Earth Hour at City of Science with a stunning 250-voice mass choir singing about science and our increasing impact on the environment. The choir will perform on the steps outside Queensland Museum from 8.30pm.
Conducted by Emma Dean – singers from Cheep Trill, Soul Song Brisbane, Centenary SHS Jazz Choir, QUT Vox Pop and EcoTones will take you on an inspiring journey of song all powered by the sun.
Starting in Australia in 2004, Earth Hour is a worldwide event that asks individuals, businesses and governments to switch off for an hour to help to raise awareness of our ecological footprint.
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Centenary State High School has a vibrant and thriving music program, with more than 250 students involved in over 10 instrumental and choral ensembles. The Centenary Jazz Choir is an...View Profile
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Formed in early 2012, the Ecotones choir membership is drawn from staff based at the Ecosciences Precinct, Dutton Park. As a non-audition choir, The Ecotones recruits anyone explaining - If...View Profile
QUT Vox Pop are the Queensland University of Technology’s fun, bright and all inclusive choir, with a mission to explore a multitude of musical styles and genres, all while keeping...View Profile
To discuss your access requirements and to book any access services for performances, please call the World Science Festival Brisbane 07 3840 9103.
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Free, Non Ticketed
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